Chickpea Flour Omelet With Spinach, Onion and Bell Peppers

The chickpea flour omelet features thick crepes with a bunch of spices and veggies. This version is fluffed up a bit with flaxmeal and baking powder and when cooked makes a thick omelet which is soft in the middle, with crunchy veggies. It can be loaded with any veggies you choose and makes for not only a great breakfast, but also a delicious addition to school lunches/snack boxes.

You can find chickpea flour (sometimes called garbanzo bean flour, gram flour, or besan) in health food and ethnic food stores. Depending on where you live, you may even find it at major grocery stores. If they have a natural or gluten-free section, sometimes it hides there.

Blueberry Blintzes

This dish evokes many childhood memories where we would lovingly defrost the frozen blintzes with great fanfare and reheat for a special meal. With this vegan version, you don't have to sacrifice tradition or taste. Serve at your next party along with latkes and vegan sour cream.
This recipe for vegan blintzes was created by Jewish Veg member Mark Reinfeld. Mark is an award-winning vegan chef, author, and co-founder of Vegan Fusion.

Banana Waffles

These naturally sweet waffles are a delight. Bananas, besides being scrumptious, are rich in potassium and vitamin C.
This vegan waffle recipe comes to Jewish Veg from Sarah Kramer, with permission from "The Garden of Vegan", Arsenal Pulp Press. Sarah's Website is

Swiss Chard Frittata

The deep earthy taste of swiss chard is intensified with garlic that is thinly sliced instead of minced for a sweet mellow taste. Use red swiss chard if you can find it because it leaves pretty fuschia flecks in the frittata.
This vegan frittata recipe comes to us from Jewish Veg supporter Isa Chandra Moskowitz. You can find more of Isa's incredible breakfast creations in her cookbook Vegan Brunch.

French Toast

This french toast looks and tastes so good you'll never miss the eggs. Chickpea flour is quite easy to find these days even if you don’t have a Middle Eastern grocery store nearby (where it may be called besan flour). Many major grocery stores carry chickpea flour now! If yours doesn't, try a health food store.
This recipe comes to us from Jewish Veg supporter Isa Chandra Moskowitz and her Post Punk Kitchen


You don't need eggs or milk to make great pancakes. Try this recipe and see for yourself.
This is another recipe of Sarah Kramer, with permission from "How It All Vegan!", Arsenal Pulp Press. Sarah's Website is

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